Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand remains the most popular candidate for Estonia’s presidency, but former European Commission vice president Siim Kallas has narrowed the gap, it appears from a poll Turu-uuringute AS conducted for the newspaper Eesti Paevaleht.
Kaljurand was backed by 27 per cent of the people polled between March 29 and April 12, which is 4 per cent less than in March.
Support for Siim Kallas, on the other hand, rose by four percentage points, from 10 to 14 per cent.
Head of surveys at Tu...
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